The San Francisco 49ers won their first game with Blaine Gabbert under center three weeks ago against the Atlanta Falcons at home, but scored 13 points in back-to-back games, albeit against two of the toughest defenses they'll face all season. The 49ers lost on the road to the Seattle Seahawks 29-13 and then fell to the Arizona Cardinals at home by a final score of 19-13.
This week, the opposing defense isn't as stout on paper as the 49ers travel to Soldier Field to face the Chicago Bears on Sunday, December 6th. The Bears are coming off perhaps their biggest win of the season, staying alive in the NFC Wild Card picture by defeating Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers on Thanksgiving night by a final score of 17-13. The Bears have won three out of four and will have one of their healthiest rosters they've had all season with Alshon Jeffery, Matt Forte and Martellus Bennett all expected to play.
With Chicago's season still holding playoff hopes, Bears tickets on the secondary market are the fifth most expensive game for NFL Week 13. According to secondary market ticket aggregator SeatSmart.com, tickets to see the 49ers at have an average price of $215.94 with a get-in price of $65. The average ticket price was at $255.96 on November 17th, but the trend has been pointing down in the time since then.
For San Francisco, it's their most expensive game remaining on the secondary market this season. With expensive tickets, 49ers fans attending the road game can find Soldier Field parking deals on ParkWhiz.com starting from $20 with closer options within a half-mile of the stadium starting fro $45.
No other 49ers tickets this season have an average price price near the $200 mark. Next in line after the Bears game is a home game against the St. Louis Rams on the final game of the season on January 3rd with an average price of $152.22 with a get-in price of $37.
Gabbert has thrown four touchdowns in his four starts and has completed over 60% of his passes in his three starts this season.